Republicans eye red Florida future with growing Hispanic voter registration

Republicans eye red Florida future with growing Hispanic voter registration


Republicans are ogling Florida as the next big red state to emerge on the electoral map after making significant gains there with Hispanic voters.

The GOP saw Hispanic voter registrations in Miami-Dade County increase by 2,409 in July, according to government figures , with Hispanics registered as Democrats dropping by 241 voters during the same period. The Democrats still boasted a 146,975 advantage among all registered voters in this South Florida battleground, with Republicans third behind “no party preference.” But among Hispanics, Democrats not only trailed Republicans by 70,738 voters, they also lagged NPP voters by 55,430.

Republicans inside and outside of Florida say the party’s growth with Hispanic voters in Miami-Dade County last month is part of a larger yearslong trend that has accelerated under President

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